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Three Seas Initiative summit in Vilnius

Our team participated in the Three Seas Initiative summit and the accompanying Business Forum for the first time held in Vilnius. Left side: Konrad Popławski Center for the Eastern Studies, Julia Dobrowolska 3SI Research Center, Agnieszka Orzelska-Stączek 3SI Research Center, Maciej Kubicki Chancellery of the President of Poland, Jędrzej Błaszczak 3SI Research Center, Łukasz Lewkowicz Insitute of Central Europe.

The event generated significant outcomes, including Japan’s inclusion among the strategic partners and signing a letter of intent to establish the Second Fund of the Three Seas Initiative.

Our team was honored to contribute to one of the side events: the international scientific conference “The Three Seas Initiative: One Concept, Different Approaches?” organized jointly by the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences and the University of Lodz. A detailed summary of this conference is published in another post.

The summit was graced by the presence of the following country representatives at the rank of president or prime minister: Lithuania’s Gitanas Nausėda, Bulgaria’s Rumen Radev, Czech Republic’s Petr Pavel, Estonia’s Alar Karis, Latvia’s Edgars Rinkēvičs, Poland’s Andrzej Duda, Romania’s Klaus Iohannis, Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky, Hungary’s Tamás Sulyok, as well as the Prime Minister of Greece, Kiriakos Mitsotakis, and Moldova’s Dorin Recean.

The photographs presented below are from the website of the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland, and the credit for the photography goes to Przemysław Keler.